Traffic congestion

Briefing paper

13 Nov 2018
21

This briefing draws upon the expertise of RMIT’s transport research community to inform policy makers and the wider community on the critical challenge presented by congestion.

Report

18 Apr 2018
106

This paper identifies key problem areas now, and in the future, on Melbourne’s transport network, and examines what can be done over the next five years to improve travel time and reliability.

Report

3 Oct 2017
248

This report argues that road congestion charges should be introduced in Sydney and Melbourne, as both cities face traffic gridlock in the future unless decisive action is taken to manage congestion.

Report

NZIER report to the Employers and Manufacturers Association, Infrastructure New Zealand, Auckland International Airport Ltd, Ports of Auckland Ltd, National Road Carriers Association
3 Aug 2017
94

Takes a detailed look at the social and economic costs of congestion to Auckland’s lifestyle and economy.

Discussion paper

25 Nov 2016
162

This is the first in a series of papers on transport network pricing from Infrastructure Victoria’s research program. The overall aim of this series is to examine the options, challenges and opportunities for transport network pricing in Victoria.

This paper outlines the problems with...

Commentary

9 Feb 2010
359

The congestion charge has helped make London work better for commuters, writes Frank Bongiorno.

Report

17 Jul 2009
319

Many see traffic jams as a fact of city life, but its root cause is overuse of a common resource – the urban road network. Putting a price on access to roads at busy times could encourage individuals to change their travel plans, according to...

Website

15 Jun 2003
11

This website provided links to short briefings on traffic congestion.

Report

10 Feb 2003
19

Growing urban traffic congestion and public transport concerns have become major issues to city constituents and affect national efficiency. This Current Issues Brief examines these issues and looks at local and international calls for greater Federal Government involvement in urban transport issues.

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